Tina Gerhardt

Tina Gerhardt is an academic and journalist who covers environmental politics. Her work has appeared in Alternet, Grist, The Huffington Post, In These Times, and The Nation.

hu vs. chu

Sputnik moment: Historic meeting between U.S. and China may spur a clean energy race

In China, a race toward self-reliance and clean energy is certainly on, but the U.S. still needs to make some key changes if it wants to compete.

tilting at windmills

Obama admin takes aim at China's renewable-energy subsidies

Last week, the Obama administration filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization over China's wind-power subsidies.

Down with capitalism

Bolivia ‘people’s conference’ calls for system change, not climate change

Photo: The City Project via FlickrCOCHABAMBA, Bolivia — A fundamental critique of capitalism as the source of climate change pervaded the People’s World Conference on Climate Change, from the opening speech of Bolivian President Evo …

The “people’s climate conference” in Bolivia kicks off with ambitious aims

TIQUIPAYA, Bolivia — This small town outside Cochabamba, Bolivia — where cows roam freely and campesinos grow fruit, vegetables, and flowers to sell at the local market — is a far cry from Copenhagen.  But …

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